Temporary Art Review, mnartists.org and Common Field have organized a continually updating social response on Hand-in-Glove 2015 featuring framing texts, commissioned essays, and critical responses to this year’s convening.
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In response to a panel on Growth, Sustainability & Ethics at the Superscript conference, James McAnally asks if the economics of arts publishing perpetuate the exclusions in the art world.
Can we be both critically and socially engaged? James McAnally addresses the critical and political implications of writing about socially engaged art.
This ‘social response’ will consider Open Engagement’s vision, history, and reception, as well as offer a critical response to the 2015 edition, with a goal of exploring a new form of critical writing around socially engaged practices that emphasizes the complex, embedded and decentered dialogues around the work.